Silver, precious metal and also very much valued in the industries due to its peculiar properties. Silver is also having high demand among investors due to very high fluctuations in the world economy. Continue reading
Silver the whitest, most malleable and most conductive metal known. Silver has had a variety of uses in history. It has always been a form of money and used widely in jewellery. Continue reading
The silver investment that most people make has been pretty stable, but people are getting concerned that they will not get the same returns they did at one time. Continue reading
The weak global economy has had negative effects on the markets of almost every commodity. But, the market of silver, a commodity considered one of the precious metals, is flourishing like never before!
The current state of positive beliefs about gold is impacting silver’s impending predictions as forecasters believe it will possibly rise to $50 an ounce, riding high on gold’s success. HSBC relies on its gold’s affirmative forecast, where it has prophecised that the precious metal will cost $1,850 per ounce in 2013. Investors depend on these and similar forecasts for gold as they continue to analyze silver’s future. But what holds for gold may not be for silver. They need to have a neutral view of silver, irrespective of what lies ahead for gold. In such situations, the future outlook for silver is raising concerns. Continue reading
The US debt crisis and European economic woes have sent the silver trading industry into turmoil as prices kept on declining through much of August. Traders and investors are grappled with fear since the current crisis could cause a decline in demand for industrial silver. Another interesting point that has come forward is the growing inflation rate in China, hindering a country’s growth that has until now ceased further recession dips along with Brazil and other developing countries. Continue reading